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Friday, April 25, 2008

A Hot Shower Story

A few years back, before we had children, there was this hot summer Thursday night in our apartment in New York City. After a long day of investment banking, Rex jumped in the shower to rinse off and wind down for the night. I finished up the spreadsheets I was working on just in time to see him getting wet under the shower head. I knew that shower was the place I needed to be...and quick.

I stripped off every stitch of clothes in ten seconds flat and slipped into the shower behind him. Our NYC shower was very small, not quite big enough for two people. So we were very close and frequently rubbing against each other while we were in there together, if you know what I mean.

Rex massaged me with bath gel and shampooed my hair while I let the water run down all over my body. It was so hot to have him massaging my head with his fingers, while I closed my eyes and pressed against him and started to enjoy myself. The water and his hands were running all over my body and I grew more and more excited.

You are not going to believe what happened next, hold your breath, yes, yes, yes....





NO! NO! NO! The sticky shower curtain with colorful little fishies all over it swooped into our intimate shower, wrapped itself around both of us and clung to our wet bodies! That was the end of our intimate evening, and the beginning of our search for the perfect shower, a search that ended here in the Roxiticus Valley, as Rex will be happily tell you as he takes you on our ten-cent home tour.

Got Curtain Cling? I wanted to tell you all my story so you would know that you are not alone. Shower curtains cling 43% of the time (eew!), but if you can't find a house with the perfect shower like Rex and I did, Roxiticus Desperate Housewives has a happy ending to your shower story. ShowerBow creates more space, instantly! ShowerBow installs in seconds. It just snaps onto your existing rod (yes, I did say that, Wally). It is a simple counterweight that tips out (without lifting the curtain from the tub) and holds the curtain away to create more space at elbow and knee level for whatever might be going on in your shower. Then, it tips back with just a nudge, so unlike curved rods (yes, I did say that, Wally), it won't crowd the rest of your teensy NYC bathroom. Because ShowerBow works inside the curtain, it is practically invisible from the outside.

Weighing less than two pounds, ShowerBow safely expands any standard curtain on any standard rod, even tension rods. Just be sure that your current rod is properly installed (yes, I did say that, Wally)...


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7 comments:

Erik said...

The Shower Bow rocks, but the least expensive approach is a cloth shower liner.

I find it is also easier to clean. Drop it in the washing machine with a bit of borax and it cleans up nicely.

Wally Banners said...

ROFL ROXIE! "It just snaps onto your existing rod (yes, I did say that, Wally): LMAO WHEN i SAW MY NAME I FELL DOWN LOLING SO BADLY TY DOLL! PS hops Rex's foot is better :)and yes am getting s shower bow now.. ty FOR YOUR VOTES THEY MEAN ALOT <3.5

Mariuca said...

LOL! Poor Rex and you too! Nevermind, now that u have the solution to ur "shower" problem, hurry up and get one and continue where u left off! ;)

Matthew S. Urdan said...

OMG! Shower interruptus... well, thank God you dind't have so soap in your eye!

Mariuca said...

Roxy! You mean this battle right? I voted for u already dearie...unless there's another one I don't know abt...hmmm lolz!

Anyway, thanks for the banner comment, I love having it there as well. I managed to get more than 10 new referrals for BE woo hoo!! :):):)

LadyJava said...

ahah.. what an ending!!..

Am here to vote for your Roxy!!!. Good Luck!!

--josh-- said...

For a minute there I thought I was at the wrong blog.